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Title:Hags
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Number of Pages:24
Category:Poetry, Essays, Non fiction, Memoir, Womens

Hags by Jenny Zhang

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No description available, Centered on a community of immigrants who have traded their endangered lives as artists in China and Taiwan for the constant struggle of life at the poverty line in s New York City Zhang s collection examines the many ways that family and history can weigh us down and also lift us up From the young woman coming to terms with her grandmother s role in the Cultural Revolution to the daughter struggling to understand where her family ends and she begins to the girl discovering the power of her body to inspire and destroy these seven stories illuminate the complex and messy inner lives of girls struggling to define themselves, Jenny Zhang s poems broadcast themselves with a surrealist anxiety Can t I be my own dream she asks The answer is always yes and always no With dizzying energy and intelligence Zhang forages through familial global and even anatomical configurations vainly outlining an identity that manifests only to shift and move restlessly on This book brings to mind a st century Whitman only female Chinese and profoundly scatological Elizabeth Robinson br br Author City BROOKLYN NY USA br br Jenny Zhang was born in Shanghai and raised in New York She is a graduate of Stanford University and The Iowa Writers Workshop DEAR JENNY WE ARE ALL FIND is her first book, These hags these great beauties these mermaids who taunt who feast who slash who steal these succubae who cannot rest my mothers my sisters my unborn friends my keepers my guardians A brilliant essay on art identity and anger